Chronically Metropolitan

Chronically Metropolitan

A cynical and clever coming of age film about first time novelist Fenton Dillane, who, unannounced returns to New York City to confront his family, his ex- girlfriend and a few lingering childhood fears.

Full of wry wit, Chronically Metropolitan, is a cynical family drama about a young writer, Fenton, who is forced home to help the family cope when his larger than life father, Christopher, gets into a car accident with a truck full of crabs. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Indira S (br) wrote: i love how the story told herelittle surprise pop up here and there :)

Nick K (kr) wrote: This movie taught us that a snotty freckled brat with bad attitude can still be the ultimate femme fatale and the object of passion for the most accomplished alpha male despite being a junkie and devoid of character.

Anna R (de) wrote: This movie made me cry. I just didn't quite buy how easily everything turned out right.

Amy H (kr) wrote: Great storyline and loads of action. Acting were a bit poor, but the rest of the movie made up for it. Could be better if we can see more of the mutants.

Alister N (kr) wrote: A political commentary lost in the fog of inane set pieces, excruciatingly slow pacing and minimal character insight. Even the economic look of the film hinders whatever artistic intent it once had.

Ryan D (nl) wrote: Shit and irritatingly enjoyable. Shame about the adolescent postscript, but I guess it wouldn't be kolobos without it

Cherish H (ca) wrote: Didn't get into it as I would have liked. They should've named it DAYS OF PLUNDER. Too bad there wasn't a way to give it a 1/4 star instead of 1/2.

Citien P (au) wrote: One of Fellini's less ecccentric offerings with a wonderful opening sequence and a beautiful last shot.

Tony P (gb) wrote: Yet another low budget Italian horror of the zombie/cannibal genre.Yet again New York City is the starting location of the film as body parts go missing from corpses in a mortuary and a cannibal mortuary worker is killed.A team consisting of a Doctor, anthropologist, journalist and assistant travel to the island of Kito to explore for themselves the cannibal/zombie goings on. On the island they encounter a mad Dr. who performs brain experiments on dead people. (you really couldn't make it up)The Dr who goes on the mission is played by Ian McCulloch I believe who plays a quintessential English character. He's David Niven, Roger Moore and Ken Barlow rolled into one. The film really is as awful as it sounds. Still I have to explore these numerous Italian made films. The Dr. and anthropologist eventually overpower the mad butcher Dr. of the island.

Ashley H (mx) wrote: Strategic Air Command is a decent film. It is about a third baseman who reluctantly returns to the air force during WWII. James Stewart and June Allyson give good performances. The screenplay is a little slow in places. Anthony Mann did an alright job directing this movie. I liked watching this motion picture because of the action and drama

Ahmed M (us) wrote: The movie has a few laughs here and there, but despite that it relies on a mediocre plot, and very stupid jokes, such as vomit jokes, to keep the movie going.

Angelo Dean B (gb) wrote: 2.5 Stars, I liked this movie started but just didn't like how it turned out. Wasted the potential of being a decent film.

Andrew M (gb) wrote: It's Harry Hill with a bunch of friends. That's all you need to know. If you like his silly, surreal but knowing sense of humour, and go in with the right frame of mindset, you'll love it. Imagine the little sketches in TV Burp knitted together over 80 minutes, add a fistful of British comedians and actors who are having a laugh and that's what you have. It's not big and it's not clever, but it's definitely fun.

Satoko F (ru) wrote: the best horror movie

Jamie S (nl) wrote: watchable but quite poor compared to the first and third.